Listed Building: CRANFLEET LOCK (1087935)

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Grade II
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 1194, 5, 47
Date assigned Friday, May 2, 1986
Date last amended


Lock chamber and gates. 1797, with minor later repairs. Ashlar, partly rebuilt in engineering brick, with metal and wooden gates. Wide chamber with drop of about 15 feet between levels, in good repair but with concrete copings. There are iron steps to either side and small iron bollards along the sides of the chamber. Wooden gates to either end have metal reinforced balance beams with rack and pinion paddle mechanisms and metal handrails, also with wide plank walkways to west sides. To side of each gate is a semi-circle of concrete with brick steps. Built as part of the Cranfleet Canal. Listing NGR: SK5019331569

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Grid reference SK 50193 31569 (point)
Map sheet SK53SW

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Aug 11 2010 3:31PM

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